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How to force a dialog Box to close without VBA

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I have a big issue. I have program a login screen on my access database but I disabled "Allow editing", so now I'm stuck on the login screen. The Close button and the short menu are also disabled so no way to close it through those ways.
Please help me this project is very important
Thank you
Mar 26 '18 #1
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Expert Mod 2.5K+
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Hit Alt-Fll

Then in the immediate window type:

Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers
  1. DoCmd.Close acForm, "Your Form Name"
Hope this hepps!
Mar 26 '18 #2

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Ctrl-F4 should work for you.

In most cases, it's not a good idea (It's a very bad idea!) to manage users separately for your database. Unless you have a very good reason not to, use the account the user logged onto the computer or domain with to determine their rights.
Mar 26 '18 #3

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This article may provide some insights as to what NeoPa is talking about. Not a perfect solution for everyone, but might get you on a path to something more usable.
Mar 26 '18 #4

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